Check out our exciting range of co-curricular activities on offer for Autumn 2023. You can filter by year group, by day/time, by zone and also check whether it is a DofE compatible club. Enjoy browsing!
Duke of Edinburgh:
We are pleased to share the choices for the Autumn Term 2023 in the Hobby Finder above. You can look up your options by year group, by date/time or by zone. You can also see which clubs could count towards your DofE Award. Please discuss your choices with your parents/guardians before signing up to make sure your preferences align with your family logistics.
Tash Coccia, Senior Assistant Head: Co-Curricular, will be sharing a Collect with all students on Friday 8th September focused on the co-curricular programme. Sign-up, which takes place in School using the SOCs platform, will open following this. Clubs will start on the first full week of term, Monday 11th September.
Confidence building, participation, resilience and friendship. Co-curricular at Leighton Park has taken on different guises across the generations of Leightonians, but one thing remains a constant: our commitment to providing experiential learning opportunities which develop important skills in our students and form part of the bespoke character education profile of our School. We are an inclusive, kind and caring school which ensures this is within everyone’s reach.
Students are at the heart of everything we do, and we believe in everyone’s potential to realise their interests and talents. We listen closely to our students to reflect their passions and preferences and offer a dynamic termly programme.
Check out our YouTube playlist and explore what’s on offer! After clicking on the video, click the icon in the top right to explore videos about each of our eight co-curricular areas.
Leighton Park’s GCSE Dance students made the most of an exclusive duet workshop on Friday 29th September, led by choreographer Mel Simpson. The immersive five-hour intensive workshop aimed to deliver … Read More +
Leighton Park School is dedicated to fostering an inclusive and diverse community where every individual is valued for who they are. In our commitment to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion … Read More +
Julian Page, Old Leightonian and founder of the Livingstone Tanzania Trust, a charity that believes that education can change poverty for the better, has legendary status at Leighton Park. Although … Read More +
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